|Author(s)||Campbell, J.D.du Plessis, M.P.||Date||1983-01-01|
Coal, believed to be suitable as feedstock for on-site conversion plants, is found in many very large deposits in the Alberta Plains; some of these deposits are difficult of access, others are already dedicated to thermoelectric power production, but many remain uncommitted. The Alberta Research Council presents the following report - an update and expansion of previous issues - as a guide to those coal deposits that are both suitable and available for conversion process.
Campbell, J.D. and du Plessis, M.P. (1983): Alberta Plains coal regions: potential feedback for coal conversion by liquefaction and pyrolysis; Alberta Research Council, ARC/AGS Information Series 101, 25 p.